How useful is GCG nowadays (vs Macs)

ewan birney birney at molbiol.ox.ac.uk
Sat Mar 11 04:49:54 EST 1995

mathog at seqaxp.bio.caltech.edu wrote:
> In article <Andy.Law-0603950924170001 at pc0519.ri.afrc.ac.uk>, Andy.Law at bbsrc.ac.uk (Andy Law (Big Nose)) writes:
> >  > Also, the online WWW GCG help manual (from Fred Plewniak) is really useful. 
> >Gregory, could you post a URL to this for me (either via the group or
> >personal email). I'd like to check this out.
> >
> If it's there now, it won't be there long. For instance, have a look
> at:
>    http://sci.wfeb.edu/HELP/@gcghelp:genhelp
> Later,
> David Mathog
> mathog at seqvax.bio.caltech.edu
> Manager, sequence analysis facility, biology division, Caltech 

Oooooh I read the conversation between GCG and Fred Plewniak...

What use is a GCG manual without GCG? I mean, I would have 
thought that putting the manual up on the Web was just a bit
of free publicity...

I think it somewhat short-sighted for GCG to get protective about
its copyright: You could distribute it on the "anyone can copy
it but noone can change it without permission" copyright.


birney at molbiol.ox.ac.uk

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